Re: Problem with extended ACLs in 3.0.4?
On Sun, 02 Nov 2008 16:10:23 -0500, Matt McCutchen wrote:
> guess one could still make the argument that the ACLs should be copied
That would be my assertion. Regardless of the reason for the mask being
present - added by the user or required by the file system - the default
behavior of -A should be to copy the mask (and all the rest) faithfully.
> I found a bigger problem: rsync seems to use the mask permissions as the
> group permissions, potentially granting undesired access.[/color]
Yes! Just to confirm: I get the same result when I run this test.
> I'll have to reread that thread.[/color]
Small world. That was a previous attempt to rejoin the users of the
public rsync version.
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